My name is Ibraheem and I am from Jordan, I have recently graduated as a computer engineer, and I am interested...
in Cisco certification program, but I need to know where can I find an authorized center in Jordan, to take the CCNA. Dear Ibraheem: Cisco has a learning locator facility on its Web site in the left-hand column of the Web page at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/learning/index.html. While this site applies to US offerings, presumably you should be able to find similar listings for your part of the world as well. As I visit the Language location and language selector page, I see no offerings for Jordan or Syria (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/swassets/sw274/sitewide_country_language_selector.html). Assuming you may wish to pursue training in an Arabic and English-speaking country near Jordan, I can only recommend that you look into Cisco's offerings for what it calls the "Middle East Region" (http://www.cisco.com/global/ME/) or in the United Arab Emirates (http://www.cisco.com/global/AE/), or look for Cisco-affiliated training centers and institutions in Jordan. Checking over the training listing at http://www.cisco.com/global/ME/training/train_home.shtml, I see offerings in Egypt, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia, but none in Jordan. Thus, it looks like some travel may be required on your part.
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